R | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
Ambitious but troubled movie director, Edward D. Wood Jr, tries his best to fulfill his dream, despite his lack of support.
Orson Welles didn't look the same in the mid 1950s. The movie he was making, by the time he spoke to Edward D. Wood, Jr., was Touch of Evil (1958). At that time, his body would have been much larger, and with all gray hair. Instead, his appearance is how he looked in the early 40s... ...
Edward D. Wood, Jr.:
We don't have a permit. Run!
When Ed visits Bela Lugosi's home, sidewalk outside his house appears and disappears depending on whether camera is aimed at exterior of house or is depicting Lugosi's view from front door, indicating two different houses were used for scene.
The lightning bolt in the Touchstone logo appears after the logo is struck by lightning.
$1,900,000 (USA) (2 October 1994)
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